Student invents an application for ‘Chrome’ allows the integration of coded messages with images




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Student invents an application to the browser “Chrome” allows the integration of coded messages with images
Student invents an application for ‘Chrome’ allows the integration of coded messages with images

Revealed a students of the Computer Science Department at the University of Oxford from the application to the browser “Chrome” allows ordinary users to put coded messages through images you share its social networking site “Facebook.”

It provides application which will be called innovative name “Secretbook”, an easy way to write messages and encrypted within the image and password-protect not even seen it only sent him the message.

The need to install the application when a user is working to decode the image, which can by pressing the same buttons “Ctrl + Alt + A”, while browsing the picture on the “Facebook”, opening pop-up window to write the word protection and then get the message encoded in another window .

The application currently supports writing letters in English letters only where icons appear incomprehensible when writing in Arabic, also sets the maximum application letters in the encrypted message number 136 character image with dimensions 960 x 720 pixels.

The student shows “Owen Campbell Moore” during his academic research to which he made ​​that application, that the encrypted message after merged with the original image becomes invisible to the eye even after enlarge by 200%.

He stressed, “Owen” that the application is for scientific purposes and entertainment, and is not directed in any way for terrorist purposes or for the purposes of espionage, adding that encryption technologies of the kind already available for terrorists; and available application “Secretbook” free on App Store “Chrome.”
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